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Now Boiler Man gets his own merchandise!

By Thomas Parkes | West Bromwich Albion | Published:

Albion superstar Boiler Man has stamped his mark in the world of football mascots by launching his own line of merchandise.

Boiler Man merchandise is now available

Still on a high from their 7-1 win over Queens Park Rangers, Baggies fans can celebrate by snapping up a Boiler Man t-shirt, mug or even a car air freshener perhaps?

The sponsorship mascot, a combi-boiler, has branched out from boilers and is now be offering a range of shirts, along with a £4.50 badge, an £8 mug and a £1.50 air freshener.

Boiler Man tweeted: “The moment you’ve all been waiting for... Boiler Man merch is now online, visit boilermanshop.co.uk to pre-order the hottest merch on the market”.

The all-white appliance posted a picture of himself pointing at one of the new £15 t-shirts, which read “I am Boiler Man”.

One fan tweeted: “One week out of the office and I miss this? Make sure you save me one before they sell out!” Another tweeted: “We are the envy of the entire footballing world!!” Another said: “Not Boiler Man Figure yet?”

Boiler Man, a combi-boiler from Idea Boilers which has a partnership with the club, has been an instant hit among fans and pundits. At the start of the season one person tweeted: “OMG!!! When your mascot is a boiler! Good one West Brom.”

Car air fresheners, T-shirts and mugs now on sale

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BT Sports Presenter Jules Breach tweeted: “Meet West Brom’s new mascot... yes, it’s a boiler with legs, wearing a cap. I kid you not. I love this season already.” Ideal Boilers originally named the mascot “Vinny the Vogue” after its range of boilers, but this was soon dropped in favour of Boiler Man. The Twitter account, @IdealBoilerMan, has attracted more than 3,000 followers since Boiler Man’s debut on August 4.

In one of his latest tweets, the Baggies’ mascot told followers it was “leaking goals at The Hawthorns today”, as his side completed a 7-1 victory over Queens Park Rangers Football Club on Saturday.

It is not yet known what will be done with the proceeds.

Thomas Parkes

By Thomas Parkes
Trainee Reporter - @TParkes_Star

Trainee reporter at the Express & Star, based in Wolverhampton. Got a story? Get in touch at thomas.parkes@expressandstar.co.uk.

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